- May 30, 2020
Participants at a Catholic conference in Rome argue that the battle may already be lost in terms of Pope Francis persuading Europe of his agenda on immigration.
High ranking Church and goverment representatives gathered in Rome last week to discuss the growing phenomenon of sects in Italy.
One of a few high-ranking women in the Roman Curia has said western mothers ought to take notes from migrants, whose stories she says often appear to have a more balanced concept of motherhood.
A Ukrainian found his faith in a Soviet gulag.
Two years after the arrest of the lay leader of a Catholic group for allegedly abusing underage girls, the local bishop released a letter ordering that all religious entities “abstain or eventually interrupt activities” with the lay association.